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Health Care Reform?. Health Care Costs/Total Compensation Insurance System Progression Understanding G.U.’s Medical Insurance Programs Super Size It! Costs of Lifestyle Choices What Can We Do?. What’s Happening With Benefits Costs And My Total Compensation?.

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Health care reform

Health Care Reform?

Health Care Costs/Total Compensation

Insurance System Progression

Understanding G.U.’s Medical Insurance Programs

Super Size It!

Costs of Lifestyle Choices

What Can We Do?


What’s Happening With Benefits Costs

And My Total Compensation?


In the 1950’s, health insurance was designed

to cover catastrophic events...

Catastrophic Care

Preventive Care

Lifestyle Enhancements

By the 1990’s, we were using “health insurance”

to finance “health care.”


Personal Health Care Expenditures by Source of Funds:

Selected Years 1960-2000

Over the last several decades, the public sector share of health spending has increased, while the share from out-of-pocket spending has declined.

Dollars in Billions

$63.1

$214.5

$23.3

$1,130.4

$609.3

17.2%

22.5%

27.1%

39.7%

5.0%

5.0%

55.2%

4.3%

2.8%

34.6%

33.4%

28.3%

22.3%

2.0%

7.3%

11.9%

10.0%

21.4%

15.7%

19.2%

16.9%

17.6%

11.5%

21.4%

16.8%

11.5%

11.4%

8.0%

Other Public

Medicare

Total Medicaid, SCHIP expansion and SCHIP

Out-of-Pocket

Other Private

Private Health Insurance

Total Public

Total Private

Source: CMS, Office of the Actuary, National Health Statistics Group.


Insurance models
Insurance Models

  • Indemnity/Traditional

  • Managed Care

    • PPO

    • HMO

  • Consumer Directed/Focused Healthcare -21st century


Consumer directed plan hra model
Consumer Directed PlanHRAModel

Health

Employer providescoverage above the gap

Coverage takes effect when expenses exceed employer’s Health Savings Account contribution plus the employee-funded gap

Plan

Coverage

$5,000 Ded

Preventive Care

Employee isresponsible for gap

Gap $2,000

FSA $500

Used by employees for routine care; unused amounts roll over year-to-year

Health

Employer deposits money into an employee’s account

Account

$2,500



Medical insurance costs
Medical/Insurance Costs

  • Experience/Utilization vs. Premiums

    Premera – Self-Funded

    Group Health – Fully-Insured

  • Administration Costs

  • Trend Factors


Medical insurance plans
Medical Insurance Plans

Choice between 2 companies:

  • Premera Blue Cross – PPO

  • Group Health Cooperative –

    High Option (copay plan) or

    Low Option (deductible plan)


Insurance plan definitions
Insurance Plan Definitions

  • Deductible – amount of eligible expenses you pay in a calendar year before plan pays.

  • Co-insurance – percent of allowable charges you pay once deductible is met.

  • Copayment – set dollar amount you pay for services no matter the total cost.

  • Stop Loss – maximum amount you will pay out of pocket for allowable charges before plan covers expenses in full (in addition to deductible and prescription copays).


Premera blue cross
Premera Blue Cross

Preferred Provider Plan (PPO) – See PPO provider for maximum benefits:

  • $200 deductible per person, per cal. year; $600 family

  • 80%/20%

  • prescription co-payments (30 day supply) are:

    $10 generic drugs; $20 preferred name brand; $40 non-preferred name brand

    Home Delivery/Mail order – 1 copay for 90 days supply

  • maximum out-of-pocket expense $1,000 (plus ded.)


Group health cooperative
Group Health Cooperative

High Option

(Copayments)

 $20 per office visit

 prescriptions - $15 generic; $30 name

brand drugs

  • hospital admission –

    $400 per day to a

    maximum of 5 days

Low Option

(Deductible)

$200 ded. per person, PCY

$600 family

80%/20%

prescription - $15

generic; $30 name brand

wellness exams covered

in full

maximum out-of-pocket

expense $2,000 (plus ded.)


Premera experience
Premera Experience

Funding Level (100%) $3,243,091

Administration $314,966

Stop Loss Expense $161,102

Net Paid Claims $2,604,721

Total Expenses $3,080,818

Expense Loss Ratio 95%


Wise healthcare consumer
Wise Healthcare Consumer

  • How the healthcare system works.

  • The total costs associated with your healthcare decisions.

  • How those costs impact your families, Gonzaga, and the community.

  • How the costs of healthcare and qualify care are related – or not related.

  • What health coverage or other insurance you need or tax-advantaged savings vehicles you can use to save for healthcare costs.

  • How to use the tools available to you now so you can make healthcare decisions that result in the best outcomes for the best cost.


Wise healthcare consumer prescription drugs cost saving tips
Wise Healthcare ConsumerPrescription Drugs Cost-Saving Tips

  • Ask your practitioner to prescribe a generic drug when appropriate. All generic drugs are covered and the lowest copay

  • If a generic drug is not appropriate, ask your practitioner to prescribe a preferred brand name drug on the Preferred Drug List (PDL). These drugs have the 2-tier copay.

  • Ask your pharmacist to fill your prescriptions with a generic drug when allowed.


Lifestyle choices impact on disease
Lifestyle ChoicesImpact on Disease

“The concept that Western diseases are lifestyle related, and therefore are potentially preventable and reversible, is the most important medical discovery of the 20th century.”

—Denis Burkitt, MD


Super size it
Super-Size It!

How much larger is the average soda in the U.S. compared to France?

1. 5%

2. 18%

3. 52%

4. 74%

yogurt 82% ↑; candy bars 41% ↑;

hot dog 63% ↑


Health Care Spending Per Capita by OECD Country, 1960-1999

U.S. spending is significantly higher than other OECD countries.

Median: $64 $146 $591 $1,270 $1,798

*Expenditures in U.S. dollars using purchasing power parity rates.

**For some years, no data was available.

***1998 data was used because 1999 was not available.

Note: The data is arrayed by expenditure levels for 1999. The medians include all OECD countries.

Source: OECD Health Data 2002.


“Americans always do

what is right, but only after trying everything else.”

Winston Churchill


Lifestyle choices
Lifestyle Choices

G.U. Total Medical Costs – $4.1 Million

Behavior Medical Costs = 60% of Total

$2,460,000 SAVINGS OPPORTUNITY


Cost drivers
Cost Drivers

Chronic diseases greatly influenced by lifestyle choices:

  • Heart Disease

  • Cancer

  • Diabetes

  • Depression/Anxiety

    80/20 Rule


Premium costs increases
Premium/Costs Increases

  • 5 year increase in G.U. Premiums (’99-’04)

    • PPO – 73% ↑

    • Family Monthly Premium

      • 1999 - $98.97 (30% of premium)

      • 2004 - $249.59 (GU $530.51/Total $780.10)

  • Expected to double in 5 years


The obvious
The Obvious

  • “When you

  • come to a fork

  • in the road,

  • take it!”

    • Yogi Berra


Chronic illness estimated per capita health
Chronic Illness: Estimated Per Capita Health

Expenditures, by Age and Sex, 1995


Fitness facts
FITNESS FACTS

  • Most fit age group

    • 40 to 49 year olds

  • Age group that joins health clubs and actually uses them

    • 55+

  • Upcoming obese population – how to manage costs and diseases?


What can we do change the paradigm
WHAT CAN WE DO?Change the Paradigm

  • Behaviorial shift towards “consumerism”

    “Nobody spends someone else’s money

    as carefully as they spend their own.”

    – Milton Friedman

  • Proactively manage health vs. passive reactor

  • Stages of Change


What can we do change the paradigm1
WHAT CAN WE DO?Change the Paradigm

  • Serious changes in the way that we approach health

  • Solution for the future → build a healthier future → healthier lifestyles now for healthier retirement

    not a sprint, but a marathon

  • Create resources and tools – Get Connected – people out there are dying to know


Stages of change
Stages of Change

Stage 1. Precontemplation

Nope…Not interested in changing now.

Stage 2. Contemplation

Hmm…I’m giving change serious consideration.

Stage 3. Preparation

Yep…I’m getting ready to change…soon.

Stage 4. Action

Let’s go…I’m taking action.

Stage 5. Maintenance

Old news…I’ve been doing this for a long time.


Employee Assistance Program(EAP)

  • Through MetLife – Life Insurance/Long Term Disability Carrier

    • MHN, the nation’s 2nd largest provider of EAP services

  • Face-to-face and telephone EAP counseling

    • Up to 3 counseling sessions per incident PCY

    • Call 800# to arrange EAP services

    • No cost to you

  • EAP can help you resolve a broad range

    of issues including:

    • Relationship/marriage problems

    • Family issues

    • Life changes

    • Stress/Emotional Issues

    • Alcohol & Drug dependency



The gonzaga health care system reform
The Gonzaga Health Care System Reform

  • Get ZAGFIT - rewarded for making healthy lifestyle choices

  • There’s no better place to start than here.

  • There’s no better time to start than now.


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